Brunel House, Cardiff - CF24 0HA
The business centre offers a variety of flexible spaces to suit any evolving business includes serviced offices, private offices and coworking spaces. There are dedicated private offices of different sizes available for those who want to work privately or there are dedicated desks in the middle of the hub which allows businesses to enjoy the buzz of working among like-minded, talented people. For those on the go and travel with work a lot, there are hot desks available in the lounge which offer an ideal landing space. Clients can pitch, meet, launch, network, host or dial-in using the space conferencing facilities and meeting rooms, bookable by the hour, that are tailored to be as flexible as clients need. Great work starts with great space and many comforts. The space offers bike storage, showers, and secure lockers for those cycling to work. Kitchens, breakout areas, lounges and private phone booths are available for all members connected by superior Wi-Fi. A dedicated café area is members to rest and recharge in, morning, noon, and evening. These contemporary private offices and shared workspaces offer flexible membership plans and are a great fit for a wide variety of businesses.
The business centre located in Brunel House. Situated in the city centre of Cardiff with great transport links close by. There are two-way access to reach this place which is by car or public transport as such as taxi, Metro train and bus. Queen Street train station is located directly behind the building as well as many bus routes running adjacent to the building. A 2-3-minute walk will find you on Queen Street where you will find a variety of shops and restaurants. Hotels including the Mercure Hotel and Indigo Hotel are from a 5-minute walk making it a convenient location for visiting clients and colleagues.
Local Area Info
Cardiff is the capital of Wales and the most populous city in the country. Tourism is a major industry for the region and the city has been under major redevelopment for a few years which has seen the creation of many new tourist and cultural attractions. Cardiff was awarded the European City of Sport award in 2009.
Industry plays a large part in the economy of the city, particularly coal, iron and steel refinement. Other chief sectors include finance and services which, along with the public sector, have been major growth engines for the local economy. Some of the large companies which are based in the city include HBOS, The AA, Zurich and ING Direct.
They city is served by the Cardiff Airport which provides both domestic and international links. Cardiff also has an extensive road and public transportation system making it an excellent choice for office relocation.
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